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Frankie Goes To HollywoodAltered Reels

Label:UMC – 534299, FGTH Records – 534299
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Compilation, Limited Edition
Country:Worldwide
Released:
Genre:Electronic, Rock, Non-Music, Pop
Style:Dance-pop, Interview

Tracklist

Relax (From Soft To Hard, From Dry To Moist)
Written-ByJohnson*, O’Toole*, Gill*
(22:26)
A1The Party Trick (Acting Dumb)3:51
A2The Special Act (Adapted From The Sex Mix)4:27
A3The US Mix (Come Dancing)4:34
A4The Single (The Act)3:54
A5Later On (From One September Monday)1:35
A6Ferry Across The Mersey (…And Here I’ll Stay)
Written-ByMarsden*
4:05
Two Tribes (Keep The Peace)
Written-ByJohnson*, O’Toole*, Gill*
(22:07)
B1Two Tribes (Keep The Peace, Intro)0:24
B2One February Friday (Singlette Version, Part 1)0:38
B3Two Tribes (At Madison Square Garden, The Carnage, The Annihilation)15:16
B4One February Friday (Singlette Version, Part 2)1:08
B5War (Somewhere Between Hiding And Hidden)
Written-ByWhitfield/Strong*
4:13
B6One February Friday (Singlette Version, Part 3)0:22
B7Two Tribes (Keep The Peace, Outro)0:06
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Released on Record Store Day 2022.
Limited to 3950 copies.

Made in the EU.

Sticker:
RECORD STORE DAY APRIL 23, 2022
FRANKIE GOES TO HOLLYWOOD
ALTERED REELS
First time on vinyl for these sought-after
cassette mixes of the number one singles
'Relax' and 'Two Tribes' 534299

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 602445342990
  • Barcode (Text): 6 02445 34299 0
  • Label Code: LC05064
  • Rights Society: BIEM/SDRM
  • Pressing Plant ID (Runouts): 238950E
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout (stamped & etched)): 00602445342990-A 1157242 238950E1 00602445342990 A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout (stamped & etched)): 00602445342990-B 1160834 238950E2 00602445342990 B GREG @ FT

Reviews

statikman's avatar
statikman
What a rare treat to get a perfectly flat record.
Sound is as good as could be expected, not quite sonically the incredible experience that the original album/mix gave us. It's overall a bit thin and trebly. You'll need to adjust the EQ with this one.
chocolatefrankie's avatar
Edited one month ago
The original photo used for the front of this sleeve had Brian holding a toy gun in his left hand that he is resting on his knee. This has been airbrushed out for the sleeve of this release. With plenty of colour on this picture used for the sleeve, I feel it did not need the adding of the 'Frankie Man' symbol in the centre. Who is the young boy in the picture? Is it the same young lad pictured with Paul on the picture Disc of Two Tribes from 1984? I do like the picture used but to me it's more of a Pleasuredome related picture than Relax or Two Tribes. UMC now own the back catalogue of Frankie so that is probably why there is no mention of ZTT on this release. Frankie Say.........Give us more reissues like this!
reeferrecords's avatar
Fantastic pressing on super thick vinyl. Very little noise, pops or clicks using an SL1200 and an Ortofon cartridge. The sound quality is far superior to the original cassette releases. Great package overall and a must for any FGTH fan.
Spinecrawler's avatar
Spinecrawler
Need to release '' welcome to the hippodrome '' on vinyl,grand uncle remembers fondly seeing a magazine add in Canada,he believes it might possibly be a live album from England
LegacyVinyl's avatar
LegacyVinyl
Anybody else's copy full of scratches and pops? I can see little marks all over the first side like somebody used an etching tool in various places. No part of the audio escapes it. Side B seems to be fine. The whole LP was covered in vinyl dust, too, and required a good wet cleaning.
StaindClass's avatar
StaindClass
This is fun! Especially Side Two. The record sounds great, given that you clean it immediately after you pull it out from the paper sleeve before you play it.
Stevie_Says's avatar
Stevie_Says
Such a brilliant set of mixes, perfectly curated and beautifully packaged. A3 and B3 are phenomenal.
DogWater's avatar
DogWater
Edited 2 months ago
I'm kind of shocked that there's no mention of ZTT anywhere on this release. I wonder why.

Can't help feeling that they should have made this a 2 disc package with all the Pleasuredome cassette singles. That would have made more sense to me. Just these two seems rather arbitrary. Even better would have been another 4 disc package, like the ones ZTT / BMG did for RSD a few years ago, covering all the Frankie singles,
vmkkith's avatar
vmkkith
Some web sites saying limited to 1450 copies. Any idea which it is?